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Last week I discovered a real gem among podcasts: Masters in Business with Barry Ritholtz.  He has these awesome discussions with smart folks in investing -- here are some favorites below. 

 

If you listen to it, do you have any favorite discussions?  Do any of you have other favorite podcasts on investing?

 

Simon Lack

https://overcast.fm/+F21xLUyPM

 

Michael Lewis talks @ The Undoing Project and other books

https://overcast.fm/+F21xVe6Xg

 

Howard Marks

https://overcast.fm/+F21yO_yZY

 

Aswath Damodaran

https://overcast.fm/+F21w8ksQE

 

Daniel Kanneman

https://overcast.fm/+F21xO4quY

 

Roger Lowenstein

https://overcast.fm/+F21wYXI88

 

Ken Fisher

https://overcast.fm/+F21wzBElM

 

Jason Zweig

https://overcast.fm/+F21yMkhb4

 

Yuval Noah Harari

https://overcast.fm/+F21xqUoGM

 

 

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Masters in Business is great. These are the guests I've found the most insightful

 

Howard Marks

Mario Gabelli

Kenneth fisher

David Rosenberg

Charley Ellis

Patrick O Shaughnessy

Larry swedroe

Micheal moubassin

Jim chanos

Sheila Blair

Gundlach

Jim O Shaughnessy

 

Also, Patrick O Shaughnessy has a good podcast.

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For being a learning machine=  Tim Ferriss

 

For venture tech investing/ tech insights=  Exponent/ Origins podcast

 

For business owners/ startup founders/ inspiration = NPR how i built this.

 

 

Anything labeled as a niche or "blank" investing avoid. Listening to niche investing podcasts by osmosis you might follow the rules of the collective in that particular space. 

 

Mid cap investing podcasts would be novel!

 

 

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Haha.  A midcap one would be novel.

 

I have to say I can't stand Barry Ritholtz.  I find him too overbearing on his guests, interrupts too much, tries to seem too smart etc.  He does get amazing guests and I still do listen from time to time, but I often think how much better the show could be if someone else hosted.  I could be alone on this.

 

A couple podcasts I would add:

 

Oddlots - bloomberg podcast

Grant's Podcast

 

Not exclusively Finance/investing

Energy Gang - look into energy sector, esp clean energy and renewables.  It's excellent

Crimetown - look into Providence, RI mob scene - it's awesome

Reply All - I am sure most podcast fans already listen to this one

Startup - by Gimlet media - last season was on former American Apparel CEO - really worth listening to.

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MIB has some good interviews.  But I must admit I've probably not listened in half a year.  I think I got annoyed that I couldn't find it on stitcher and had to use the bloomber radio app.  He does sometimes talk waaay too much.  Kind of cringeworthy when he's beating Asness or Arnott about the head with that T3 law degree.  ;D

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For being a learning machine=  Tim Ferriss

 

For venture tech investing/ tech insights=  Exponent/ Origins podcast

 

For business owners/ startup founders/ inspiration = NPR how i built this.

 

 

Anything labeled as a niche or "blank" investing avoid. Listening to niche investing podcasts by osmosis you might follow the rules of the collective in that particular space. 

 

Mid cap investing podcasts would be novel!

 

Can you expand on why the niche or "blank" investing should be avoided?  I assume you mean the guys who specialize in tech or software or energy etc? 

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I have to say I can't stand Barry Ritholtz.  I find him too overbearing on his guests, interrupts too much, tries to seem too smart etc.  He does get amazing guests and I still do listen from time to time, but I often think how much better the show could be if someone else hosted.  I could be alone on this.

 

You're not alone on this. He's hit and miss for me.

 

I found it funny when he interviewed Aswath Damodaran, he pronounced Damodaran 3 different ways. Damo-dahran, Damo-darren and I think the last one was Damo-doorin.  ;D

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It's a good one. For those looking for more, here's a couple of my other favorite business-related podcasts:

 

http://www.npr.org/podcasts/510313/how-i-built-this

 

http://investorfieldguide.com/podcast/

 

http://exponent.fm

 

 

I do find Ritzholtz a pretentious prig, but his guests can be great.

 

Liberty's list above are my favorites plus ;

 

  • For Silicon Valley themes: A16z (this is the VC firm, Andressen Horowitz, podcast, they also have interesting audio that is on their website, but is annoyingly not on their podcast.)
  • John Mihaljevic, Manual of Ideas, has a monthly podcast that is very good.
  • NPR politics
  • Shane Parish, Farnam Street has one
  • Harvard Business Review
  • The Big Think

 

 

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